Search help
Documents filtered by: Recipient="Hamilton, Alexander"
Results 21-30 of 6,808 sorted by relevance
Philadelphia, November 16, 1797. “I have not till now been able to meet Mr. Field to make the necessary inquiries about the land Coll. Burr proposed transferring as a security for his debt to Mr Angerstien and I am sorry to say the result of a conversation I have had with him leaves little reason to hope that this property can be applied to the object in question or that it will afford any...
I take the Liberty of enclosing you an order of Mr Udney Hay to receive the Sum allowed to Mr. Simon Frazer of Quebec upon Mr Hay’s petition in his behalf which I learn is 400 Ds. and I will take kind your forwarding it to me as soon as possible, as an opportunity for Quebec offers in the course of the ensuing week, to which place I wish to Remit it. I have just rec’d a Letter dated 27 feby...
The bearer Serjt. Slaughter is anxious to quit the service in consequence of the repeated solicitations of his Friends in Virga. (who are very respectable.) They have remitted him a sum of money for the purpose of procuring a substitute, which he has done, the man that now accompanies him is the person—The above mentioned Mr Slaughter stands highly recommended at the War Office for a Cadetcy,...
Inclosed you will receive a Copy of the Agreement between the United States and the Contractor for this State—you will observe the Public the to furnish Stores wherein to deposit the Provision—if therefore I am at any expense in procuring store-rooms for provision at any of the posts where magazines may be Ordered, I shall expect to be reimbursed all such charges by the Government. I am sir...
I had the honor to write to you the 15th. Instant. As your Arrival may not be expected in this City as soon as was then Said to be, I take the liberty to enclose to you, a Copy of the Memorandums delivered to me by Major Rivardi, Touching the garrison of Fort Niagara. As they are many and various, I must beg to leave them to Operate with the pleasure of the Major General. My family, Arrived...
I have received the enclosed letter from Mr. Gallatine, one of the Members of the General Assembly, of this State, respecting the subject, on which we conversed some days ago; and I will esteem it a particular favour, if you will enable me to make an early answer to the questions which he proposes. I am, with the sincerest esteem and respect   Sir,   Your most obedt. serv Be pleased to return...
6 Oct. 1794 . Transmits for GW’s “perusal” documents received from Fayette County, Pa., and a copy of the governor’s reply to them. ADf , PHarH , Executive Correspondence, 1790–99; LB , PHarH , Executive Letterbooks. Dallas transmitted the enclosures sent with Albert Gallatin’s letter to Thomas Mifflin of 17 Sept. (and probably a copy of the letter itself) and a copy of Dallas’s letter to...
I do myself the Honour to inclose you herewith a bill of exchange payable to me as Governor of the State of North Carolina from Mr Daniel Carthy agent for Royal Flint Esquire in New york drawn upon that Gentleman for sixteen Hundred Spanish Milled Dollars being his first Bill dated 23d. of April 1790. The second and third of same Tenor & date in my possessetion and not yet forwarded but will...
Philadelphia, September 19, 1794. “The Governor directs me to inform you, that in compliance with the request, stated in your letter of the 18th. instant, he has given Orders for the discharge of Samuel Owner, a workman employed in the service of the United States, but drafted for the Western expedition.” LC , Division of Public Records, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission,...
I take the liberty of writing a line to you — favour of my son John G. Macwhorter, who has — ted the appointment of a lieutenancy in the — my. All dutiful children will be favorites of just and tender parents: Perhaps, yea, I know I have never have never exercised such a degree of intercessory application to the public for any of my children which others have been forward hav in, and some have...